Skip to main content

About your Search

20121201
20121231
Search Results 0 to 1 of about 2
. and then there is irena. in a few days, she will give birth in the shelter. both she and her husband were robbed on the way. >> it is not like the people who simply want to better themselves have what little they possess stolen from them -- it is not right. >> he wants to make sure people have some security and can report crimes to the police. in mexico, they now have the right to medical care. >> our politicians do not understand that we are in crisis mode here, and this demands unconventional solutions. >> only when that happens, he says, will la bestia become an ordinary freight train. >> that wraps up this edition of the "journal." captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--
and behavior? >> well, because it's not, i mean, it's not like a magic spell that robs us of all agency, of all volition, and all complexity. i mean, i think, again, that as a country, we're a little bit to the place now where we can see ourselves electing a black president. on the other hand, as a country, i don't think we're in the place to talk about race at a collective level. if somebody even mentions race or if an article is about race, have you ever read the comments beneath any articles in the newspapers online when folks are talking about race? it's kind of nuts, man. and i think that for me the idea is that we can think about it complexly. we can think that, yes, we've gotten to the place where we can elect obama. but we're also at the place where if anybody mentions race or somebody brings up white supremacy they'll also be attacked. >> by? >> by whoever wakes up that day and reads that article and says, "hey, that really bothers me. and i'm going to write in a comment saying, 'you know what? this isn't about race. this is about class.' or write a comment and say, 'whites are the gre
Search Results 0 to 1 of about 2